A Whole Niu World: Indigenous Epistemology Rising! - Event Details
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This event is being held online. Please register at https://hilo.hawaii.edu/earthfair/symposium/registration.php
A Whole Niu World: Indigenous Epistemology Rising!
Join Dr. Manulani Aluli Meyer, UH West Oʻahu, for a Kī-Note Presentation to close out Lā Honua / Earth Week, entitled:
A Whole Niu World: Indigenous Epistemology Rising!
The UH Hilo and Hawaiʻi CC communities are invited to participate in a Virtual Earth Day / Lā Honua Celebration. Theme: Makawalu: Environmental Kinship Across Communities
The Virtual Lā Honua Symposium on April 21 and April 22 features:
2 Kī-note presentations: Kuʻulei Keakalani & Pele Kaʻio
Chancellorsʻ Presentation on Sustainability Initiatives: UH Hilo, Hawaiʻi CC Manono & Pālamanui
7 Presentations conducted by our students, faculty and community members
5 Workshops conducted by our students, faculty, and staff
An Alumni Panel with 6 panelists doing Aloha ʻĀina/Sustainability work
A Virtual Huakaʻi
Outside of that April 21/22 Afternoon Schedule but associated with it:
To open Earth Week: a Kīpaepae with Kekoa Harman on Monday, April 19
To close Earth Week: a Kī-Note with Manu Meyer on Friday, April 23
Please register for Virtual Symposium events via the UH Hilo Earth Fair Website, at hilo.hawaii.edu/earthfair/. Registration can take place at any time, including on the days of the Symposium. Those who register and attend sessions will receive makana or gifts, either to be mailed or picked up at UH Hilo.
Early registration (by April 16) is encouraged (required for some workshops). In some cases participants will be mailed materials in advance or emailed shopping lists, recipes, text for chants, etc.
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